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World Bank research on the hunger dimension of the food problem (الإنجليزية)

The focus on the hunger dimension of the food problem has led researchers in the World Bank to look increasingly at the link between hunger and poverty. In this regard, there is a clear symmetry between the problem of chronically underfed people within countries and periodic threats to aggregate food consumption in poor countries. In both cases, the aggregate amount of food, the country's food supply or the worldwide food supply, respectively plays a role. Research reviewed in this paper on the hunger dimension of the food problem has primarily focused on the effects of poverty and food prices on the prevalence of hunger. Future research on hunger issues in the World Bank and elsewhere might well concentrate more on identifying those hunger conditions which are credit primarily caused by supply constraints

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